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Questions to Ask Before Hiring a Property Manager


Questions to Ask Before Hiring a Property Manager
Are you thinking of hiring a property management company? Then you need to ask the right kind of questions. With the right questions, you stand a high chance of selecting an efficient, effective and reputable property management company. Here are […]

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Why Consider A 1031 Tax Exchange?


Why Consider A 1031 Tax Exchange?
When you are selling an investment property can be subject to taxation. Those taxes can add up quickly depending on the type of property, how long it was owned, state taxes, capital gains, depreciation and the owner’s tax bracket. As […]

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5 Things You Should Know Before Investing in a Turnkey Property


5 Things You Should Know Before Investing in a Turnkey Property
What is Turnkey Investing? At its core, turnkey real estate investing is where you buy already rehabbed, tenant-filled, managed properties that are producing positive cash flow. A lot of the extra work that goes into real estate investing is cut […]

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Fannie Mae Reserve Requirements for Investors with Multiple Properties Owned


Fannie Mae Reserve Requirements for Investors with Multiple Properties Owned
What Are Reserves? Reserves are liquid or near liquid assets that are available to a borrower after the mortgage closes. On every loan transaction, reserves are required to be verified as part of the approval process. Acceptable sources or reserves […]

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What is a Good Cap Rate for Real Estate Investors?


What is a Good Cap Rate for Real Estate Investors?
Investing in real estate is all about the numbers, and your Cap Rate is one of the most important calculations. Learn more about what is a good cap rate and the numerous factors that affect it. What is a Cap […]

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Dallas Makes Rules Tougher on Landlords with New Housing Standards


Dallas Makes Rules Tougher on Landlords with New Housing Standards
Dallas leaders say renters will be less susceptible to slumlords after the City Council voted Wednesday to overhaul the city’s housing standards and require code inspections of single-family rental homes for the first time. The new minimum housing standards also […]

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